Alaska Airlines careers
Hailing from the state up north, Alaska Airlines is one of the biggest airlines in the United States. It is also one of the few airlines that connect Alaska with the rest of North America. Established in 1932 in Anchorage as McGee Airways, the airline went through a series of mergers. In 1944 it officially became Alaska Airlines. The carrier has more than 320 aircraft in its fleet. Flying to 116 destinations in Alaska and internationally, Alaska Airlines is the biggest passenger carrier between the state of Alaska and the rest of the United States. The airline has its biggest hub in Seattle, but it also operates from Anchorage, Los Angeles, Portland, and San Francisco. It also transfers cargo, which is essential to the state of Alaska. The airline is a key player in the state’s economy. Alaska Airlines recently bought Virgin America and is set to expand even more. Career opportunities are available for Captains, First Officers, Flight attendants, and Cabin Crew. If you are not scared of the cold but gorgeous Alaskan nights, a career at Alaska Airlines awaits for you.
Alaska Airlines bases
|Alaska Airlines bases|
|1.||Seattle–Tacoma International Airport||United States|
|2.||Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport||United States|
|3.||Los Angeles International Airport||United States|
|4.||Portland International Airport||United States|
|5.||San Francisco International Airport||United States|
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Alaska Airlines fleet
|Alaska Airlines fleet|
|9.||Bombardier Dash 8-Q400||41|